What are the best attractions to explore in Hoi An, central coast of Vietnam?

Hoi An is a charming town in Vietnam that was once a major trading port. Today, it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its well-preserved Ancient Town, colorful lanterns, and relaxed atmosphere. Here are some of the best places to visit in Hoi An:

1. Hoi An Ancient Town: The heart of Hoi An, the Ancient Town is a pedestrian-only zone filled with narrow streets, traditional wooden houses, temples, and pagodas. You can wander around for hours, taking in the sights and soaking up the atmosphere.

An aerial view of Hoi An Old Quarter.

2. Japanese Covered Bridge: This iconic bridge is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Hoi An. It was built by the Japanese community in the 16th century and is decorated with intricate carvings and statues.

A front view of Japanese Japanese-covered bridge, an iconic of Hoi An Old Town.

3. Tan Ky House: This beautifully preserved 220-year-old merchant's house is a great example of traditional Vietnamese architecture. You can tour the house to learn about its history and how a wealthy merchant family lived in the past.

In front of Tan Ky Old House.

4. Phuc Kien Assembly Hall: This assembly hall was built by the Chinese community in the 17th century. It's a beautiful building with a large courtyard, ornate carvings, and a fascinating history.

Phuc Kien Assembly Hall.

5. Hoi An Night Market: The Hoi An Night Market is a great place to find souvenirs, local crafts, and delicious street food. It's open every night from around 5pm to 10pm.

Hoi An night market, located on Nguyen Hoang market in An Hoi Island

6. My Son Sanctuary: This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the ruins of an ancient Hindu temple complex that was once the religious and political center of the Champa kingdom. It's located about 25km from Hoi An and makes for a great day trip.

My Son Sanctuary

7. Cam Thanh Coconut Village: This traditional village is located on the Thu Bon River and is a great place to experience the rural side of life in Hoi An. You can take a boat tour through the coconut palm forests, learn about how local crafts are made, and enjoy a delicious seafood lunch.

A circular boat tour in Cam Thanh Coconut Village

8. Tra Que Vegetable Village: This village is known for its organic farming practices. You can take a bike tour through the village, learn about how vegetables are grown in Vietnam, and enjoy a cooking class where you can learn to make traditional Vietnamese dishes.

Tra Que vegetable village

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- Tranquil escape: With its riverside location and delightful courtyard garden, the villa provides a peaceful retreat from the bustle of Hoi An's town center.
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- Exploration: Despite its tranquility, the villa is just a short distance from the historic center and offers free bikes for exploring the area. You can also enjoy activities like canoeing and fishing right on the Thu Bon River.

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